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States rebel against Washington

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posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 02:18 AM
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Along with this:
taxdayteaparty.com...

Things are starting to heat up I'm afraid. People won't take it much longer.

[edit on 29-3-2009 by projectvxn]




posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 03:22 AM
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Originally posted by projectvxn
It's only a matter of time before people pick those guns up and start heading for Washington. I pray for this nation today. I'm not religious in any way but I do not know what else to do in the face of these adversities, but to appeal to something far more divine than I.


What adversities?




posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 04:35 AM
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Originally posted by HunkaHunka

Originally posted by projectvxn
It's only a matter of time before people pick those guns up and start heading for Washington. I pray for this nation today. I'm not religious in any way but I do not know what else to do in the face of these adversities, but to appeal to something far more divine than I.


What adversities?

Oh you are just waking up this morning hunKa or have you not seen a news paper or watched TV in so long you would ask what adversities? Ha ha ha Here Bunka, Ill sum it all up in one word

Obama



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 07:45 AM
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Look around you man. There's a general tone of destabilization all over the world. Idiots are managing the economy, idiots are pointing missiles at each other, idiots are shredding our rights, and the worst part is idiots don't know it's happening.



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:34 PM
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G20: If capitalism is 'overthrown', we'll lose our political freedom
www.telegraph.co.uk...

Some of the demonstrators in this week's G20 protest jamboree are demanding the "overthrow" of capitalism. Well, there are lots of things than can be done to "capitalism" – it can be undermined, suppressed, sabotaged, even outlawed – but it cannot be "overthrown" because in itself, it has no power.

It is the very opposite, in fact, of a tyranny. It is simply the conglomeration of all the transactions made between individual and corporate players in an open market. Some people may gain power through those transactions but that power is transient and contingent on their own financial success: they are not installed in immutable positions from which they can be forcibly removed in a coup d'etat.

The question we are wrestling with now – and which the G20 will certainly fail to resolve – is how much the bodies which actually do have power should undermine, suppress, sabotage or even outlaw the practice of capitalist exchange.

Those who talk of "overthrowing" capitalism are determined to depict it as a system of government in a precise parallel with socialism, when in reality, capitalism is not a system in the ideological sense.

It is, if anything, an anti-system: the aggregation of human behaviour as it goes about fulfilling particular wants and needs. It can be described in anthropomorphic terms, such as "ruthless" or "benign" but of itself has no motives and no objectives. (Gordon Brown is more than usually fatuous when he insists that markets need to have "values": only people have values, methods of exchange do not.)

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So the idea that the arguments which will dominate the summit are purely economic is quite wrong: this is about politics. The fundamental disagreement between the United States and Europe amounts to nothing less than the question of whether the great 200 year old experiment in national democracy – government of the people, by the people, and for the people – will survive.

The major dispute over the American preference for fiscal stimulus as opposed to the European priority of global regulation is at the heart of this. Europe may as well get this straight now: Barack Obama will not subject the United States to policing by an international regulatory authority, not just because he puts the economic recovery of his own nation above all other concerns (and from the point of view of the rest of the world, this is no bad thing since American recovery is essential to the future of the global economy) but because to do so would be to sign away the democratic accountability of his and all future US governments to a body in which American voters had no say.

Unlike in Europe – where the historical commitment to democracy has been patchy – America has little difficulty with the question, "who needs to be in charge of our future?" The answer is always, "we the people". Democratic self-governance, and the concept of personal freedom that underpins it, comes first and last.

More at Link...

BHO better remember we the people soon or the great 200 year old experiment in national democracy – government of the people, by the people, and for the people won't survive...as it is now...which might not be a bad thing...get back to our founding principals...



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 12:55 PM
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Originally posted by projectvxn
It's only a matter of time before people pick those guns up and start heading for Washington. I pray for this nation today. I'm not religious in any way but I do not know what else to do in the face of these adversities, but to appeal to something far more divine than I.
Hey didn't you hear.We are picking up tea bags not guns!Rest your weary mind the TEA PEOPLE have it under control.LOL!



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by Aermacchi

Originally posted by HunkaHunka

Originally posted by projectvxn
It's only a matter of time before people pick those guns up and start heading for Washington. I pray for this nation today. I'm not religious in any way but I do not know what else to do in the face of these adversities, but to appeal to something far more divine than I.


What adversities?

Oh you are just waking up this morning hunKa or have you not seen a news paper or watched TV in so long you would ask what adversities? Ha ha ha Here Bunka, Ill sum it all up in one word

Obama
aermacchi two words, add hunka hunka. This complete ignorance by people in regards to our adversities is one of the biggest problems we face in this struggle.Educate,awake, unite MARCH ON DC NOW!!Gods Speed.



posted on Mar, 29 2009 @ 03:11 PM
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...And once again, I'm reminded by BHO on the news...

...Sacrifice...

I'm amazed he can keep calling for this, from us...

Our Country and Citizens have been doing this for over 2 centurys...

At first to establish this Country, then to defend it, our Freedoms...

Seems now we're asked again for Sacrifice...

To fill the "Black Hole" created by "Weapons of Financial Destruction"

..When is enough, enough...???


[edit on 3/29/2009 by Hx3_1963]




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